This year’s theme of “Smaller and Smarter” incorporates how the three major areas of technology, automation and innovation affect real estate and facility management in today’s marketplace.
Qube Global Software will be exhibiting at Realcomm’s second annual CoRETech, October 11-12. This year’s theme of “Smaller and Smarter” incorporates how the three major areas of technology, automation and innovation affect real estate and facility management in today’s marketplace.
“We look forward to our continued support of Realcomm in their efforts to best align with real estate executives in both the corporate real estate and owner/developer arenas,” stated Matthew Sheldrick, VP of Business Development of Qube Global Software. “This year’s theme of ‘smaller and smarter’ aligns with Qube Global Software’s visions for improved real estate solutions. CoRETech provides an ideal forum to discuss innovative solutions with top executives from a wide representation of leading companies around the country.”
Executives serving on the Advisory Council of CoRETech include CRE Vice Presidents and Directors, Chief Information Officers, Facility Managers and Building Engineers, and Portfolio and Asset Managers from companies including Coca-Cola Refreshments, CB Richard Ellis, Microsoft, Gensler, Shell, Cushman & Wakefield, Nokia, GSA, US Department of Defense, Procter & Gamble, Bank of America, and Salesforce.com. For more details, go directly to Realcomm’s website www.realcomm.com
For additional information about Qube Global Software, please contact US Marketing Manager Sharon G. Miller at 1.888.ASK.QUBE or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
2011 finds the world in an interesting spot. With great opportunities stemming from an ever growing global population’s desire for a more westernized lifestyle, come the realities of economic cycles, sustainability issues and resource constraints. Today’s corporations must run their real estate portfolios and facilities with a new level of sophistication that will result in:
· a reduction of carbon emissions;
· less reliance on fossil fuels;
· an increase in worker productivity and efficiency;
· improved financial performance.
October 11-12, 2011
Washington Marriott Hotel 1221 22nd Street NW Washington, D.C. 20037 Phone: 1-202-872-1500